A small suburban community.
Williamsburg, during the 70s, was a place surrounded by natural landscapes and wildlife. Later on, The Williamsburg Homeowners Association was instituted and, in all, 9 villages including pools, tennis courts and clubhouses were built consisting of more than 3,000 homes. The Williamsburg community was named after William Jaird Levitt, whose family built four Levittowns, each a planned community, between 1947 and 1951. All four Levittowns are widely regarded as the archetypes for 20th century suburban development.
Williamsburg is a unique community in Central Florida divided into the distinct villages of Greenbriar, Lake Ridge, Lime Tree, Montpelier, Parkview, Somerset, Wingate, Waterview, and Deer Creek.